Introduction to the Integrated Project Planning and Management Cycle (IPPMC)

  • Louis J. Goodman


The key to economic and social growth in all countries—developed or developing—is better management in all sectors: agriculture, industry, public works, education, public health, government. In the U.S. in recent years, investigators have studied waste and mismanagement on a wide range of construction projects, including nuclear power plants, in the federal government itself, and in numerous other situations.1,2,3


Project Planning Project Team Feasibility Analysis Project Cycle Public Leadership 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Louis J. Goodman
    • 1
  1. 1.UCLAUSA

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